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I installed the M*Carbo trigger replacement this morning. I had no trouble until I noticed that the trigger pin spring was not over the dis-connector pin and that was after I installed the zip ties. I cut the zip ties and separated the stock halves again and installed the spring leg the way it should be then I installed the zip ties to hold everything together. I tried to line up the hammer pin and after about 15 minutes of fighting I noticed that the trigger pin was what was not lined up. As soon as the trigger pin fell into the hole and the two stock halves closed I was able to install the lower into the upper at the hinge. I then cut the zippies and installed the Recoil Pad and the new screw kit and accomplished a function check and all was right. Boy it sure makes that trigger feel better, still has some creap but nice and crisp. I would suggest everyone who has a SU16 do the trigger replacement. I even installed the AK47 trigger spring into the bipod and that makes a hell of a difference when you deploy the bipod.
 

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Did you do their trigger return spring also while replacing the trigger? I did their spring with the skeletonized trigger from performance services before mcarbo came out with own trigger at the same time. Made a huge difference over stock. I did the upgrade on my e stock and switched back to c stock to try, i hadn't done a trigger job on yet and it was way different. Im thinking about doing it to my c and a stock also. Congrats. Happy shooting!
 

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I did the mcarbo trigger job on my sub 2000. I am sure it makes a huge difference in the su16 rifles. Nice to hear that you can put the "c" on the su16b. I really want the extended sight radius.
 
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